Friday, 8 Jul 2011
Sony launches the Micro Vault P Series flash drives, which allows users to store and share their favorite music, photos, and HD videos, all in a small, stylish and easy-to-carry design.
Mach Xtreme unveiled Copper Series 8GB Dual-Channel DDR3 high-density memory kits based on the latest DRAM chips.
Sony Ericsson today launches the Sony Ericsson W8 Walkman phone, a great entertainment smartphone that extends the appeal of the Walkman collection.
Designed for business leaders who demand the best in performance, mobility, and entertainment, Lenovo announces its thinnest business laptop - the ThinkPad X1.
Western Digital announces that its newest generation of My Book Studio external hard drives are designed for use with Mac computers and Apple Time Machine.
Panasonic is opening up its Viera Connect cloud-based TV service for developers to create IPTV applications for the worldwide platform.
Google and Yahoo has met up with bankers for Hulu. Under a new owner, Hulu will also stand to gain capital to acquire more films and TV shows, upsetting competitors like NetFlix.
According to a Nielsen study, the average iPhone owner spends twice the amount of time playing mobile games compared to other mobile platforms.
RAIDON's latest HyBrid RunneR iH1010 internal storage device combines the excellent speed performance of an SSD and the large capacity of a 3.5-inch HDD.
The new Microsoft home page design has now been ported to the Microsoft Download Center website.